A YOUNG group of choristers are ‘Lovin’ Each Day’ at the moment – after the thrill of being invited to perform in front of top celebrities including Ronan Keating.

Youngsters from the Windsor Academy Trust (WAT) choir performed at the BMW PGA Championship celebrity pro-am golf tournament at Wentworth in Surrey.

Former Boyzone star Keating was among a host of stars present, alongside rowing legends Sir Steve Redgrave and Matthew Pinsent, tennis ace Greg Rusedski and ex-Formula 1 champion Damon Hill.

From the world of TV and film, there was Dougray Scott, Vinnie Jones, Damian Lewis, Fifty Shades of Grey actor Jamie Dolman and Luke Pasqualino from Skins.

They and many others were treated to a variety of songs by the 20-strong WST choir which features students from the Kingswinford School plus Halesowen schools Windsor High and Tenterfield Primary.

The choir – which recently performed at the closing ceremony at the YST (Youth Sport Trust) Conference at the Ricoh Arena in Coventry – was invited by the Golf Foundation to sing during the President’s Awards ceremony.

Each award winner was serenaded with an appropriate song but the highlight of the day for the choir was their meeting with Keating.

The heartthrob surprised them with an impromptu visit during rehearsals, speaking to choir members and praising their vocals, as well as taking time out for a photo.

One celebrity missing was One Direction’s Niall Horan, who was playing while the choir was performing – so they went out to find him on the course after they had finished.

Mrs Sharon Bianco, lead practitioner for the arts across the Trust, said: “It was an amazing day.

“This was a huge honour for the choir to perform at such a prestigious occasion.

“We are so proud of our talented students, they are a credit to their schools and Windsor Academy Trust.”